The UConn Office of the Vice President for Research recently announced the recipients of the third annual Scholarship and Collaboration in Humanities and Arts Research Program (SCHARP).
SCHARP awards support innovative scholarship and creative projects in the arts and humanities that have the potential to transform a field of study, impact the common good, or chart a new direction in scholarly, creative, or artistic development.
Each of the three projects received an $8,000 SCHARP Development award.
Applications for the 2022-23 cycle open on Oct. 1 and are due December 15, 2021.
The 2021-22 SCHARP awardees are:
Sue Huang, Department of Digital Media and Design
AI for Ecological Intimacies: Memory and Loss of the Nonhuman in New Media Art
Laura Mauldin, Department of Human Development and Family Studies
Care Objects: Cataloguing disability world-making
Co-PIs: Harris Kornstein
Scott Wallace, Department of Journalism
The Bleeding Frontier: Indigenous Warriors on the Frontlines of the Battle for the Amazon